The exact value of a Winchester 12 gauge pump shotgun model 1894 would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Most importantly, the condition of the shotgun.
The exact value of a Winchester model 120 Ranger 12 gauge shotgun with Winchoke is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and condition of the shotgun.
As for the age of your Winchester model 1912 pump action shotgun.It was made in the year 1961.As to the value,that would be based on the amount of original finish remaining,and a good bore.Without that info supplied I would not be able to ascertain a distinct value for your Winchester shotgun.
your Winchester model 12 shotgun was made in 1949.with that said your model 12 with no special options would be worth between 500-700 dollars based on condition of the shotgun.
You have supplied the serial number to your shotgun.I would need the model number to identify the value of your shotgun,along with its overall condition.
your Winchester model 1300 in unfired condition would be worth between 300-350 dollars.
Assuming that you have a standard grade winchester model 12 shotgun without a cutts compensator,and it is in good(80%) original condition? The value would be 375 dollars.
Any Winchester model 42 shotgun has respectable collector value.your Winchester model 42 shotgun that was made in the year 1953 is no exception.With 60% of its original finish remaining,your shotgun would be worth in the neighborhood of 1,200 dollars.
If your Winchester model 1897(not a model 1987)is a standard grade field gun?I would say the value of your shotgun would be between 150 dollars for a gun with 10% finish remaining up to 550 dollars for a fine specimen with 90% of the original finish remaining.
Winchester did not make a Model 1920 pump action shotgun.If you mean it was made in 1920,then it could be a model 12,or a model 1897 shotgun.I would need to know this and the overall condition of the shotgun to give you a accurate value.
I have a Winchester Model 12 in 16 ga. The Serial # is 5088XX. I would like to know about when it was manufactored. Thanks, CK
If you are willing to get your winchester model 21,28 gauge shotgun authenticated by a winchester facory letter,then this shotgun could range in price from 25,000-30,000 dollars because it is generally believed that less that 100 model 21 shotguns were made by the winchester custom shop during the production of the winchester model 21.There was a production of 32,500 model 21 shotguns made between the years 1931-1988.Only 1100 were made by the winchester custom shop.You may get a letter on your winchester model 21 shotgun by contacting the the Cody firearms museum located in Cody,Wyoming.I would certainly have this shotgun valued by a qualified winchester collector assoc.member.